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World War One Soldier Sculpture

Seaham, UK 31.3 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Seaham
Sculpture is very touching and just reminds you how lucky we are to have the lives we have thanks to these soldiers (and all those who still fight for us now) Impressive sculpture - well worth a visit.
Stunning commemoration of the Great War and all those Commonwealth citizens that sacrificed their lives for freedom.

Roseberry Topping

Middlesbrough 14.3 mi away
#1 of 46 things to do in Middlesbrough
Beautiful views, fantastic countryside, excellent walk routes for families ,dogs and real pubs with good food, Kings head pud at the foot of rose berry is just fab, great Ayton for an ice cream or even fish and ch...
Its fab up rosebery topping great for the family or even a sponsored walk lovely scenery take plenty of drinks as it can get walk up there in the summer and make sure you take a photo at the top

Filey Beach

Filey 29.4 mi away
#2 of 22 things to do in Filey
Lovely clean beach we had lovely walks from primrose valley to Filey lovely little paddling pool that we found the kids loved it amusements rides good prices had lunch in two restaurants in Filey lovely food and s...
There is always plenty to do on the beach, Donkey rides in the summer months and little shops sell buckets, spades, boats, kites, inflatables, body boards, beach balls, cricket sets, fishing nets and wind breaks-...
#1 of 11 things to do in Redcar
At the moment the boat is getting refurbed,as has the building friendly place and is free to visit tho it is nice to make a small vollantry contribution well worth a visit to see a very important peice of lifeboat...
Right on my doorstep is the worlds, yes the worlds oldest lifeboat.

Crescent Gardens

Filey 29.5 mi away
#3 of 22 things to do in Filey
Very well kept lawns and gardens, and nice places to sit and watch the world go by, if you fancy a cuppa they do have a cafe, which must be popular as always busy when we walked through the gardens, plenty for the...
Lovely well kept gardens with plenty of seats to sit and enjoy the sea view.

Goathland Station

Goathland 9.4 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Goathland
We always visit Goatland station when staying in the area, we love just sitting &watching the trains arriving, it is one of our favourite places.The gift shop has some excellent products.
Wow great place step back in time people dressed in forty’s clothes steam train came past every hour well worth a visit and the village is where they filmed heartbeat car park three pounds all day
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Grosmont Railway Station

Grosmont 6.9 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Grosmont
Beautiful quaint village train station that is the starting point for the North Yorkshire Moors railway which offers various journeys on steam trains including our Moorlander Pullman one.
Well worth a visit down the tunnel to the engine sheds and workshops to see them up close and being worked on.It is a very well kept station with helpful staff who are all volunteers.

Sandsend Beach

Sandsend 4.1 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Sandsend
... is also a great little gift shop just across the bridge called Serendpitiy lovely hand bags purses,wallets ,scarves and many more gifts to choose from well worth a visit .The tide is out it a nice walk to Whitby
What a lovely clean beach walked from whitby to Sandsend went in a lovely cafe looking out to sea the cafe was spotless coffee and cakes lovely

Ampleforth Abbey

Ampleforth 26.5 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Ampleforth
The Abbey church is a lovely peaceful place to sit and reflect, it is beautiful in its simplicity yet has some great architecture you can gaze on to help with prayerful thought.
... and the scenery was stunning even on a miserable day.We had a lovely meal in the restaurant and the gift shop had some beautiful gifts and we came away with two cases of beer for all our family to sample for C...

199 Steps

Whitby 10.6 mi away
#4 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Connecting cafes and local shops on the cobblestones up to the cliffs and brilliant Whitby Brewery and Abbey, the 199 steps are easy to walk up with tons of great views all of the way up and down.
Well worth the effort to climb 199 steep steps, A walk around the Abbey and then a stroll up to Whitby brewery,micro pub and shop are all worth a visit.The views from up there are simply breathtaking.
#3 of 63 things to do in Scarborough

Ropner Park

Stockton-on-Tees, UK 23.1 mi away
#2 of 27 things to do in Stockton-on-Tees
my grand-children love this park - we take a bag of wild bird seed to feed the ducks and then they play in the playground they are aged between 4 years and 12 years plenty of space to have a picnic and let the kid...
There's a good play park for all ages and an onsite cafe where you can buy food to feed swans, geese and ducks.

St Peter's & St Paul's Church

Pickering 20.0 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Pickering
I love historic churches anyway and this is one of the best I've visited, the painted murals are stunning, well worth a visit.
The painted walls are enthralling - well worth a visit although includes some steps to get up to the church.
#1 of 1 things to do in Runswick
Although we arrived late in the day, it was still the kind of place that, tide willing, you can enjoy a great walk on the beach.
Excellent Dog Friendly Beach.

Long Sands Beach

Tynemouth, UK 43.0 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Tynemouth
Walking along the sea front refreshes the soul, keeps the kids occupied with spotting birds, animals, looking in rock pools, provides wonderful exercise and fresh air.
Excellent Beach for walking along and an excellent Cafe to stop for refreshments,Crusoes,where the have a good selection of Products.Beach is also a great venue for Surfers.

Flamborough Lighthouse

Flamborough, UK 38.2 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Flamborough
... pathways surrounding it You are able to walk down to the pebble, rocky beach at the bottom of the cliff but be prepared for loads of steep steps & inclines There's a bar, cafe & gift shop also available on site
It was worth it as we spotted some seals swimming in the water so we climbed down a bit more until we could see into one of the coves and spotted about 6-8 seals all basking on the rocks.

Roker & Seaburn Beaches

Sunderland, UK 36.3 mi away
#1 of 45 things to do in Sunderland
All in all Seaburn and Roker are two really nice places to visit with bars and restaurants very close by for refreshments, they also have a very nice marina full of yachts and pleasure craft.
Well kept beaches, golden sands, very pleasant coastal pathway recently renovated, plenty of eating places to suit all tastes and pockets AND free parking.

Robin Hoods Bay Beach

Robin Hoods Bay 11.5 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Robin Hoods Bay
This is a great beach, the water is rated as excellent, has some nice rock pools when the tide is out, only thing is check the tide times, dogs have full access to the beach.
One of the most beautiful bays we have visited in the UK, surrounded by rolling countryside - definitely worth a visit.
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RNLI Lifeboat museum

Whitby 6.4 mi away
#5 of 40 things to do in Whitby
this is a very informative small museum packed with hundreds of photographs and memorabilia, covering hundreds of years history, the little shop has some lovely souvenirs, well worth a visit, it's free to enter bu...
If you have a passing interest in the work of the RNLI or want a diversion from the sounds of the arcades and seagulls, this is a free trip which demands a donation - or at the very least, the purchase of a shark...

St Mary's Church

Whitby 6.8 mi away
#6 of 40 things to do in Whitby
... expensive honestly breath taking the church is so beautiful even my grandchildren loved it I'm Catholic so churches for me are allway s beautiful but this was one of my favourites so beautiful well worth a visit
Lots of history, vampires, Capt Cook and beautiful boxed pews and amazing sea views and interesting grave yard.

Bridlington South Beach

Bridlington, UK 39.1 mi away
#6 of 43 things to do in Bridlington
Lovely clean beach and well worth the visit to see Ride the waves it was superb to see all the old cars and bikes racing along the beach there was a big crowd as well nice to see everyone turning out on a lovely day
A Lovely clean place to visit, loads of choice of cafe's and restaurants and plenty of seats to relax or do what you want.

Stewart Park

Marton 17.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Marton
Fantastic park, very busy plenty to see for all ages, children’s play area, large lake with ducks and geese, lots of local history including Captain Cook and lots of events, a must to visit.
great place to take the children / dog.there is lots of open ground, some nice walks around the park.They have a decent cafe.A good play area for the children.It is well worth a visit.

Cleveland Way National Trail

North York Moors National Park 29.3 mi away
#5 of 31 things to do in North York Moors National Park
Excellent walk, we were lucky with the weather and enjoyed the walk along the coast.
The trail is easy to follow and we'll sign posted, great views and moderate difficulty.

Whitby Harbour

Whitby 6.5 mi away
#7 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Really lovely break away harbour very relaxing with lots of interesting shops just sit and watch the world go by also take a trip on the boat out to sea Maybe enjoy the great fish and chips by the harbour too
Love Whitby and its harbour so much going on well worth a visit anytime of year they do boat trips of various kinds most days and some evenings too
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Saltburn Beach

Saltburn-by-the-Sea 9.3 mi away
#2 of 8 things to do in Saltburn-by-the-Sea
... chips at The Seaview, a lovely clean beach area (apart from a little donkey poo lol) traditional donkey rides for under 12's along the beach, a crazy golf course, a wonderful pier, and the usual tacky seaside ...
A lovely clean beach, lots of places to sit and relax, bring your bucket and space, collect shells and paddle to your hearts content ️️

North Landing Beach

Flamborough, UK 38.4 mi away
#2 of 13 things to do in Flamborough
We absolutley love it here, some lovely walks and can walk around cliff tops to the lighthouse which is well worth a visit
There was so a breeze coming in off the sea which created some lovely surf wave action as they broke on the rocks loads of nesting seabird on the cliff too.

Peasholm Park

Scarborough 22.0 mi away
#5 of 63 things to do in Scarborough
Great range of activities to enjoy - a walk round the lake or up the Glen, take out a rowing boat or pedalo, listen to music or watch the famous naval battle, feed the ducks and geese or just watch the world go by.
Visited Peasholm Park today what a beautiful place.So well kept and we watched the naval warfare on the lake it was just brilliant .Well worth a visit nice cafe plenty of seats just such a lovely park can Definate...

Whitby Beach

Whitby 6.4 mi away
#8 of 40 things to do in Whitby
I personally find the beach ‘out of season’ a wonderful peaceful place to be! Dogs are only allowed off the lead on certain parts of the beach but there is plenty of beach & you can walk through to Sandsend BUT re...
... the very end of April and the beach was still dog friendly, lovely walk for the dog, but a big enough beach that you can walk them without impacting on families enjoying the beach or the traditional donkey rides.
#9 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Brilliant find well worth a visit <3 Beautiful waterfall and scenic walks.
Challenging walk down a steep uneven hill to the waterfall and tea shop for those with limited mobility but well worth the effort if you possibly can.

Durham Riverside Walk

Durham, UK 36.8 mi away
#7 of 45 things to do in Durham
Head beyond the stone bridge to the new footbridge to get further views, cross back and walk along the other bank climbing a steep slope to the Market Place.
Decided to explore parts of Durham on foot along past the old passport office then along to Crook Hall, over the bridge, through the market place & down the hill to the steps at the side of Topshop & along the riv...